Shloer Celebration

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Shloer very kindly invited me and a few fellow bloggers to a lovely afternoon of drinking. There were bottles everywhere with extra sparkle, lots of bubbles and popping corks; served in a celebratory-style bottle in two delicious flavours Shloer Celebration White Bubbly and Shloer Celebration Pink Fizz.

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They kindly invited some lovely ladies over from The Makery to help us make these gorgeous Christmas craft cushions, whilst we also blind tasted some other flavours and told them what we thought. We even got to taste next Christmas’ top-secret limited edition flavour!

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Shloer don’t drink and drive this festive season

Now in case you were worried about how we all got home, and that we shouldn’t drink and drive (or as my children say drink and then drive) then you need not worry. I think the style of the bottle, the popping, and the atmosphere really created a placebo effect because they were in fact alcohol-free! Perfect for  Christmas and New Year when people like to drink but cannot have alcohol because they may be driving, pregnant, breastfeeding (although I am not suggesting that you cannot drink at all when doing so), allergic, have children to look after, are on antibiotics, or for any number of reasons that they cannot drink.

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Mammasaurus shows us that you don’t need to drink alcohol to have a good time

About Shloer

Shloers flavours contain no preservatives, artificial colours, sweeteners or flavourings, using only the finest ingredients. The two new flavours join the existing nine: White Grape, Red Grape, Rose, Apple and White Grape, White Grape, Raspberry and Cranberry, White Grape & Elderflower, Raspberry & Rhubarb Punch limited edition.

The Benefits of drinking Shloer

Of course when you drink non-alcoholic drinks you do not have to worry about how much you are drinking (how it may affect your behaviour or body – including the next day).  But being a responsible way to drink is not the only benefit, no the price is also an asset with a 75cl bottle retailing at around £2.99 a bottle (RRP). AND you can even find it on offer too!!!

Of course because it is a sparkling juice drink anyone can drink it at any time (please check the ingredients if you have any allergies, I mean age/children, by anyone). This is great especially maybe at a special meal (Christmas dinner) or at New Year, for the child that wants to feel a little more grown up.

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The lovely people at Shloer are a generous and kind bunch, who let us go away with a great goody bag that contained a bottle of Shloer.

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Not only that but they also agreed for me to give you the chance to win a FREE bottle of Shloer Celebration White Bubbly or Pink Fizz for you to try yourself!

Please tell me what you like most about Shloer (or the sound of if you have never tried it), plus if you could have any flavour (whether they make it or not) what flavour would it be?

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I was invited to a Shloer Crafty afternoon for which I was given plenty of lovely Shloer to drink, was well fed, had a free craft session, goody bag and expenses were paid. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

105 thoughts on “Shloer Celebration”

  1. I’ve loved Shloer ever since I was a kid when it was a Sunday lunch staple (always the white) although now I’m a Rose fan. It just feels more grown up than a lemonade or Coke. I’d love to see a pear flavour.

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  2. I love the fact that you can drink them and not feel like you’re missing out when other people are drinking 🙂
    I’d love different non-alcoholic cocktail flavours 😀

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  3. I like Shloer because of all the different flavours they offer. I also like the fact that their drinks aren’t too sweet. My favourite flavour is the white grape, raspberry and cranberry flavour.

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  4. I just love it – such a nice change for a non-alcoholic drink to feel so special!
    Would love to see a more citrus flavour…maybe lemon & ginger

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  5. I like the most about Shloer is the fact there is no alcohol. I have different medication I need to take daily & can not have any alcohol. I love Shloer because of it’s adult taste not full of sugar but a true flavour of grape

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  6. I like the taste of Shloer, and also the variety of flavours. I love fruit :- flavours and the fact that they are good for us. So I believe I get a sense of wellbeing from fruit flavoured drinks.

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  7. Shloer is great quality and I have been drinking it for years. I’m not sure if they have a tropical citrus flavour but I think that would be delicious.

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  8. I love Shloer. It’s like a sweet wine, but you can drink as much as you like. My suggestion for a flavour would be elderflower and vanilla 🙂

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  9. I love Shloer – I don’t drink alcohol, so it’s a nice slightly posher alternative to normal soft drinks, but still at an affordable price.

    I think an apple and blackcurrant flavour would be yummy.

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  10. The think I like most about Shloer is that since I was a kid we were always able to join in with the adults after meals with what looked like proper drinks. I don’t actually drink alcohol to this day so it’s fantastic that Shloer exists, helps me fit in. White Grape has always been my favourite flavour.

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  11. thanks for the mention, it was great to see you, we all had a great time & anyone would think that we had been drinking alcohol with the rosy cheeks that we had! x

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  12. I didn’t realise there was so many different one’s.
    I like it because it makes me feel its a treat when I can’t drink alcohol because of driving x

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  13. Oh I do love Shloer! Been drinking it for about 30 years and now my daughters love it too – a delicious, bubbly treat. My all time favourite is White Grape

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  14. I love the taste of Shloer, I don’t drink alcohol so it’s nice to have something a little different over Christmas. Grape and strawberry would be rather nice during the summer months.

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  15. I love the taste of shloer as it is sweet and fruity and a premium product strawberry and cranberry flavours would be nice

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  16. Shloer is a tasty alcohol drink that makes not drinking a pleasure! I love shloer anyway and would absolutely adore a cranberry flavoured one!

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  17. Ilove Shloer because my daughter feels grown up having it with a sunday lunch. I love the red grape flavour because it is nice and sweet. Would love to try a cherry flavour!

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  18. Love the taste of it plus I like to have it with my Christmas dinner as im not a drinker so I have that whilst my family have wine. Also at the moment im currently 20 weeks pregnant so alcohol wouldn’t even be an option. from those that I have tried my favourite is white grape.

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  19. I love Shloer, especially the white grape and rose flavours! Have yet to try the celebration but was going to buy a bottle of pink for my upcoming birthday on the 21st. If I could choose any flavour it would be mango x

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  20. 9 varieties?? I have only tried the white grape that I bought for the christmas dinner table last year,will need to try some of the others.The Raspberry and Cranberry sound great for christmas drinks 🙂

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  21. I love that Shloer feels more grown up than other soft drinks. I always buy some for special occasions. My favourite flavour is raspberry and cranberry.

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  22. I love Shloer. It is refreshing and tastes great. It is also a gret alternative to wine for any who doesn’t drink or is driving. Apple & White Grape is my favourite flavour

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  23. Ive never tried shloer but it sounds like a nice alternative to alcohol which would be good for me as I cant drink. Hmm if I could have any flavour id like something like orange and mango

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  24. I love the flavours and my kids love that it makes them feel grown up and joined in when they drink it in the same glasses the adults have wine in

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  25. I haven’t tried it yet, but it is on my shopping list for next week as I intend drinking it on Christmas and New years when the family are indulging in champagne(I’m 34 weeks pregnant, so won’t be joining in this year)

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